[sen-suh-ree-moh-ter] /ˌsɛn sə riˈmoʊ tər/
Psychology. of or relating to motor activity caused by sensory stimuli.
Compare ideomotor.
Physiology. both sensory and motor, as parts of the cerebral cortex.
of or relating to both the sensory and motor functions of an organism or to the nerves controlling them

sensorimotor sen·so·ri·mo·tor (sěn’sə-rē-mō’tər)
Of, relating to, or combining the functions of the sensory and motor activities.


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